Experts warn 2015 could be 'Year of the Healthcare Hack' – Reuters
ReutersExperts warn 2015 could be 'Year of the Healthcare Hack'Reuters2 U.S. Health insurer, last week disclosed a massive breach of its database containing nearly 80 million records, prompting investigations by state and federal authorities. That hack followed a breach last year at hospital operator Community Health …and more »
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Hacked again? Russian hackers still inside Sony Pictures' network, security … – PCWorld
PCWorldHacked again? Russian hackers still inside Sony Pictures' network, security …PCWorldThe hackers accessed SPE's Culver City, California network in late 2014 by sending spear phishing emails to Sony employees in Russia, India and other parts of Asia, U.S. Security intelligence firm Taia Global said Wednesday in a report. “Those emails …Forget North Korea – Russian Hackers Are Selling Access To Sony Pictures …ForbesRussian hackers have a foothold in Sony Pictures' network, security firm saysNetwork Worldall 1,336 news articles »
Supreme Court rules on collective bargaining agreements (Jurist)
[JURIST] The US Supreme Court [official website] ruled [opinion, PDF] Monday in M&G Polymers USA, LLC v. Tackett [docket] on collective bargaining agreements for retirement healthcare benefits. The case was brought by retired employees of an M&G Polymers-owned plant, who sued the company when it was announced that retirees would be expected to contribute financially to their medical benefits. The retirees sued under the Labor Management Relations Act and the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA) [texts], arguing.
Bayside Corp: Vault 51 Revenue Exceeds $200,000 since price drop
DALLAS, Feb. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Bayside Corp. (BYSD) today announced through its subsidiary company Bitcoinz USA, the United Kingdom launch of Vault 51, a secure offline storage for Bitcoin. The United Kingdom launch is the first step in the company's international expansion plans for Vault 51.